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Exactly, how did the 31,608 people die in New Zealand last year?

Posted by te2ataria on October 17, 2016

Sent by a reader in the “Chicago of SW Pacific” [aka, “Auckland”]

Cause of death NOT specified in more than a third of all mortalities occurring in NZ

According to Statesticals NZ, in the December 2015 year: 31,608 deaths were registered in New Zealand.

In the December 2012 year: 30,099 deaths were registered in this country.

How did those people die?

The following 2012 chart, which is the latest ‘confirmed’ figures released by government, highlights causes for only 18,560 registered deaths, namely, All cancer (8,905), Ischaemic heart disease (5,339), Cerebrovascular disease (2,612), Diabetes mellitus (807), Suicide (550), and Motor vehicle accidents (347).

Exactly, how did the other  11,539 New Zealanders die in 2012?

selected-causes-of-mortality-2012

Note: rates per 100,000 population, age-standardised to WHO World Standard Population. ‡ Includes cancer of the trachea, bronchus and lung. … = Not applicable. source: http://www.health.govt.nz/publication/mortality-and-demographic-data-2012

Our models show:

  • About 900 people are killed (and 8,500 other seriously/critically injured) on NZ roads each year. [Figure includes fatalities due to police pursuits.]
  • Murder and homicide: This is a closely held state secret, but check the stabbing reports in Auckland alone…
  • Negligent homicide, e.g. work-related incidents: This is a closely held state secret.
  • Victims of medical negligence: This is a closely held state secret.

How Many Foreigners Killed Since 2000?

About 3,500 overseas visitors, international students, foreign workers, recent emigrants and refugees have lost their lives and 20,000 others seriously injured in New Zealand since year 2000.

Naming some of the people killed in New Zealand this week…

Killed in Waikato Crash: Richard Glen Murray,  41, was in Cambridge Road motorcycle crash on Saturday, October 8, on Cambridge Road between Te Awamutu and Cambridge. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/police-release-name-deceased-cambridge-road-motorcycle-crash

Killed in Greta Valley crash: The man who was killed in a crash in Greta Valley, Hurunui District, yesterday afternoon, was 55-year-old Christopher Turnbull.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-greta-valley-fatal-crash

Te Atatu fatal stabbing victim named: The fatal Te Atatu stabbing victim has been named as Carly Jasmine Leinala Stewart, 36, Waitemata police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/te-atatu-fatal-stabbing-victim-named-now-includes-photo

Fatal crash SH2 at Pongakawa [ Bay of Plenty of Fatalities] The man who was killed in a crash on State Highway 2 near Pongakawa yesterday at approximately 10:30am was the  30-year-old Martin John Ferry.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-%E2%80%93-fatal-crash-sh2-pongakawa

Fatal shooting in Mohaka:  The man killed in a fatal shooting at a rural property in Mohaka, near Wairoa, on Wednesday 12 October, 2016 was 42-year-old Blair Philip Herbert Cole. Police can confirm the murder accused is Mr Cole’s father. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-fatal-shooting-mohaka

Man killed in motorcycle crash 11 October 2016
Matthew Robert Malthus, 21, was killed when he crashed his motorcycle on Wigley Road, near Pleasant Point, northwest of Timaru. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/man-dies-motorcycle-crash-yesterday-name-release

Killed in New Zealand: Nicolaj Brun, 26, from Denmark
Nicolaj Brun, 26, from Denmark was killed in a fall on the Gunn Ridge Track near Whataroa on Friday, police has reluctantly revealed. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/hunter-who-fell-gunn-ridge-track-named

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